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Mel Kiper Jr. discusses why he dropped Florida State QB Jameis Winston from third to 25th on the Big Board.
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The Angels clinched the AL West title with a 5-0 win over the Mariners and the Athletics' loss to the Rangers.
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"Sport Science" compares the blazing speed of the ball boys from Florida State and Auburn.
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